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Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman?
Posted by: Jeff Weiner ()
Date: August 21, 2013 09:37AM

I've been doing some research on the different DB engines available for mysql. Right now, it looks like the innoDB might be best to power my online UI & ACLs. I would appreciate it though if someone could explain to me if there were an instance where I would use the ISAM/MyISAM engines instead of INNODB since you can customize the engine on a per table basis.

Can someone explain to me what the difference is between a transcational db and non-transactional db? Please keep the explanation elementary because DB's & their technology seems to just go over my head for some reason. Thanks.



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Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman? Jeff Weiner 08/21/2013 09:37AM
Re: Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman? Phillip Ward 08/22/2013 05:33AM
Re: Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman? Peter Brawley 08/22/2013 10:35AM
Re: Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman? Phillip Ward 08/23/2013 06:10AM
Re: Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman? Peter Brawley 08/23/2013 08:55AM
Re: Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman? Rick James 09/02/2013 01:35AM
Re: Transactional vs. NonTranscational For The Layman? Jeff Weiner 08/23/2013 08:15AM


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